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Nepali (Wikipedia:nepali) is an Indo-Aryan (Wikipedia:Indo-Aryan) language spoken in Nepal, a country sandwiched between the two large asian countries, China and India. Influenced by both Chinese and Indian culture especially in the north and south respectively, it is a kind in its own and has over 120 languages. Having had a long history from the vedic(Wikipedia:Vedic) periods and its formation of the country, language was no exception.

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Language pairs




  • Britannica History/status/demography/status
  • Alphabets/Enunciation
  • Subedi, Abhi, 1945-Hutt, Michael (Michael J.) 1999 "Nepali"" ISBN 9780864423450
  • Shrestha, Bimal.O'Rourke, Mary-Jo (1996) "Nepali Phrasebook" ISBN 9780844215969
  • Nordhoff, Sebastian; Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2013). "Nepali". Glottolog. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
  • "Languages of India: Urdu, Punjabi Language, Tamil Language, Kannada, Standard Hindi, Telugu Language, Malayalam, Nepali Language" ISBN 1157606687 (ISBN13: 9781157606680)
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley 1931

Machine translation

  • Translator [Powered by Google]
  • English-Nepali Converter Changathi
  • Raj, Prakash A. (1992) "Nepali-English, English-Nepali dictionary" ISBN 9780870521065
  • Karl-Heinz Krämer South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg (2007) "Nepali English Dictionary"




Writing System

Other Demographically important Writing System

Language simile and translations

Language outside of vicinity

  • Burma(formerly) a.k.a Myanmar(Wikipedia:Myanmar)
  • Northern India (Darjeeling, Sikkhim, some parts of ladakh and manali, etc. ).




  • Laxmi prasad devkota [5]
  • (Adikabi) Bhanubhakta acharya [6]
  • Lekhnath Paudyal
  • Kalidas see "kalidasa"
  • National Anthem - "Sayaun Thunga Phool Ka" [A. 2006]
  • [B. 2006] Kingdom period - "Rastriya Gaan"
  • Laxmi Prasad Devkota, Muna Madan (2000) (Wikipedia:Muna_madan)
  • Jhamak Ghimire "Jiwan Kada Ki Phool" Wikipedia
  • Parijat (Wikipedia:Parijat)
  • Himalayan Voices: An Introduction to Modern Nepali Literature (Voices from Asia), edited and translated by Michael J. Hutt, University of California Press, 1991. p. 5. ISBN 9780520910263
  • "The Gentle Literary Giant" (PDF). Government of Sikkim. 2015. Retrieved December 3, 2015.

Gorkhas Imagined: I.B. Rai in Translation, Eds. Prem Poddar and Anmole Prasad, Mukti Prakashan, 2009